SDPB at the YFS Kids Fair!

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Join SDPB at the Youth and Family Services Kids Fair in Rapid City April 24-26.

SDPB will join dozens of groups and organizations to offer activities and fun. There will be photo opps with Buddy the SDPB Kid. SDPB’s Science Steve will dazzle the crowd with amazing science demos, kids can learn about animals with an animal tracks coloring activity, and much more.

When: 8:30am-4:30pm, Friday and Saturday (April 24-25); noon to 4pm, Sunday (April 26).

Where: Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.

What: Youth & Family Services’ Kids Fair celebrates children and their families. This signature YFS event draws more than 11,000 people each spring to the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City. If you’re a kid or a kid at heart, you don’t want to miss the next time Kids Fair rolls through town!

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